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Migrating from Grunt to GulpTuesday, July 5, 2016Read More
Grunt and Gulp are two task runners that help web developers save time. Let's see why Gulp is more efficient and how to migrate.
Is Cross-Platform Development the right choice for your app?Friday, June 3, 2016Read More
A mobile app using cross-platform techniques allows for code sharing and reusability during development, it helps keeping the development costs low and deliver to market faster.
Mobile friendlyThursday, June 2, 2016Read More
A mobile friendly website is a website that adapt itself when display on a handheld device such as smartphone or tablet.
The Design SprintThursday, May 12, 2016Read More
The Design Sprint spent is led by Google Developer Experts on May 21st and May 22nd.
Code First Database MigrationsMonday, December 22, 2014Read More
Creating database update scripts can get tedious and error prone. In this blog we will see how we can make use of code first migrations to handle all the database update migrations for us.
Dev Tools for Hipsters - Part IISaturday, August 16, 2014Read More
A continuation of our last blog post, this time taking a look at SASS, Compass and the funky stuff.
Dev Tools for HipstersSaturday, August 2, 2014Read More
Scared of the command prompt? Here's a simple intro guide to some of the neater tools around, such as grunt, node and compass.
Developing Mobile FirstSaturday, June 21, 2014Read More
Follow our journey as we build the fully responsive website for Action Corporation
Frontend GoodiesMonday, December 30, 2013Read More
Today's blog will include a bunch of frontend goodies which everyone should find the time to learn
Dependency Injection using Microsoft UnitySaturday, June 1, 2013Read More
A while ago we discussed Dependency Injection as a concept and explained why it should be considered as a viable option in large robust systems. In this blog we introduce Microsoft Unity...
AutoMapperWednesday, April 17, 2013Read More
The AutoMapper can be used to Map two objects containing related information with some simple native conventions.
Progressive EnhancementSaturday, December 29, 2012Read More
One of the software engineering principles which we strongly believe in is progressive enhancement, whereby a website initially works completely, then it is made beautiful.
Multi-Tier ArchitecturesSaturday, December 15, 2012Read More
Splitting the code into a number of tiers can be beneficial in many ways especially when it comes to maintainability, scalability and flexibility
WelcomeMonday, November 12, 2012Read More
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